Red Sea REEFER 170 Deluxe (incl. 1x ReefLED90)
Deluxe Reefer 170 includes 1x ReefLED 90
The REEFER™ Deluxe incorporates the all-new ReefLED™ lighting units with Red Sea’s custom mounting system into the REEFER reef ready systems in a convenient single package.
At the heart of the ReefLED is a compact Led array that provides a reef-safe range of REEF-SPEC light through a single REEF-SPEC Blue (23,000 Kelvin) channel that consists of an optimum combination of ultraviolet, violet and blue LEDs and an 8,000 Kelvin white channel.
In addition, it has a separate dedicated 3W Moonlight channel to provide the low levels of light for reef-safe nighttime viewing.
The ReefLED includes a single optical-glass, hollow lens that creates a homogenous light, giving a dramatic coral coloration and a gentle shimmer throughout the aquarium.
ReefLED is controlled by Red Sea’s ReefBeat® App which provides a wide range of easy to use functions such as random clouds, acclimation for new installations and a lunar cycle for the moonlights.
Features of the Red Sea REEFER™ include:
REEFER™ aquariums are constructed from thick, beveled-edge, ultra-clear glass to support their elegant and modern rimless design.
The aquarium sits on a recessed base that “floats” it above the cabinet, which seamlessly follows the contour of the glass.
The marine-spec laminated cabinet that houses the sump, (and in the larger models also includes a dedicated, vented space for chillers) is smartly finished with weatherproof, epoxy-painted doors.
REEFER™ Water Management System
Removable surface-skimming combs surround the top of the centrally located overflow box that houses the downpipe, sump return pipe and the discreet multi-directional “eyeball” return outlet nozzle.
In the event of a blockage in the regulated downpipe, an additional emergency overflow pipe provides an unrestricted free flow of aquarium water directly to the sump.
On entering the sump the water passes through micron filters and/or filter cups with your choice of media before flowing into the optional refugium and onto the skimmer chamber with an adjustable height outlet, making it suitable for all skimmers and other reactors.
New and improved Refugium-Ready Sumps
|REEFER™ Models small to medium|
|Main Features||Ultra clear front and side glass|
|Ultra clear front glass thickness (mm)||8 (5/16”)||10 (3/8”)||12 (1/2”)||12 (1/2”)|
|Built in surface skimmer|
|Integrated automatic top up system|
|System Volumes||Display tank water volume (L)||77 (21 gal)||130 (34 gal)||204 (54 gal)||275 (73 gal)|
|In cabinet sump water volume (L)||28 (7 gal)||35 (9 gal)||40 (11 gal)||70 (18 gal)|
|Total system water volume (L)||105 (28 gal)||165 (43 gal)||244 (65 gal)||345 (91 gal)|
|RO reservoir volume (L)||4.7 (1.3 gal)||5.4 (1.5 gal)||10.9 (2.8 gal)||18 (4.7 gal)|
|System Dimensions||Display tank length (cm)||45 (18″)||60 (24″)||90 (36″)||120 (47″)|
|Display tank height (cm)||45 (18″)||50 (20″)||53 (21″)||53 (21″)|
|Display tank width (cm)||45 (18″)||50 (20″)||50 (20″)||50 (20″)|
|Total system height with cabinet (cm)||132 (52″)||137 (54″)||140 (55″)||140 (55″)|
|Sump Dimensions||Water height (cm)||20 (8”)||20 (8”)||17-23 (6.7-9”)||17-23(6.7-9”)|
|Skimmer chamber (cm)||24 x 21 (11.8″x9.8″)||30 x 25 (11.8”x9.8”)||42 x 25 (26.5”x9.8”)||42 x 26 (16.5”x10.2”)|
|Pump chamber (cm)||24 x 21 (11.8″x4.7″)||30 x 12 (11.8”x4.7”)||26 x 17 (10.2”x6.7”)||26 x 24 (10.2”x9.4”)|
|Return Pump||3/4” threaded hose barb – Pipe Int. Dia||16mm (5/8”)||16mm (5/8”)||16mm (5/8”)||16mm (5/8”)|
|Recommended flow (lph)
(pump not included)
|Deluxe Series Features||ReefLED™||
|New Special Features||Adjustable Height Skimmer Chamber|
|225 micron Thin-mesh Filter Bag||1||1||1||1|
|Filter Media Cup||1||1|
|Quick Release cabinet door hinges|
Brightwell Aquatics ShrimpPrep - Safely removes chlorine, chloramines and ammonia and detoxifies heavy metals for all freshwater shrimp & fish aquaria.
Shrimp Prep may be used to prepare water for use in aquaria (such as when performing water changes or replacing water lost to evaporation), as well as during periods of time when the concentration(s) of ammonia and/or nitrite become measurable (ammonia and nitrite concentrations should remain immeasurable in established aquaria with mature biological filtration, except for periods when new livestock are added to the system or the concentration of dissolved organic material has increased for some reason).
Shrimp Prep is not meant to be considered a substitute for maintaining adequate filtration equipment/methods or the care thereof, however it can be utilized as needed in the prevention of ammonia or nitrite from irritating sensitive aquarium inhabitants. A balanced aquarium is one in which the rate of organic material input to the system is matched by the removal rate from filtration methods; it is natural for a system to become unbalanced for short periods of time after adding new livestock, disturbing the biological filtration, changing feeding habits, etc., however the system should fall back into balance again within a period of days.
If concentrations of ammonia or nitrite are persistently-measurable with a quality test kit, test the source water (i.e. tap water or water from the purification unit (if applicable)) for these substances. If they are not present, reducing the rate of organic material input, increasing the filtration capacity, or even moving the inhabitants into a larger system may be warranted. Chronic levels of ammonia and nitrite can gradually weaken fish, shrimp and other invertebrates, often leading to illness and potentially death.
To Treat Tap Water for immediate aquarium use: Add 4 ml (2 pumps if equipped with pump) of this product per 8 US-gallons (30 L) of aquarium water; this corresponds to 5 ml or one capful (if not equipped with pump) or ~35 drops per 10 US-gallons (38L). When used in this fashion, 500 ml treats up to 1,000 US-gallons (3,800 L). Shrimp Prep will treat up to 6 ppm chlorine, 3 ppm chloramines, or 1 ppm ammonia, and detoxify heavy metals.
To Treat Aquarium Water in emergencies: Determine ammonia concentration in aquarium using an accurate ammonia test kit with ammonia salicylate reagent (see comments below). Add 4 ml (2 pumps if equipped with a pump) per 8 US-gallons of water in overall system per 1 ppm of ammonia measured on test kit. Allow 10 minutes to elapse, then re-test ammonia concentration in aquarium and repeat treatment instructions if necessary.
Testing for Ammonia: When using this product, be sure to measure ammonia with a test kit featuring ammonia salicylate reagent rather than Nessler’s reagent; Nessler’s reagent will give an incorrect positive reading of ammonia due to the manner in which the reagent interacts with the active components of Shrimp Prep.
Brightwell Aquatics Shrimp Vītamarin F - Advanced freshwater multi-vitamin supplement for all shrimp, other crustaceans & fish.
Vitamins are compounds required in minute concentrations for vital metabolic reactions; the amounts of vitamins required for a given species varies. Short-term vitamin deficiencies can typically be tolerated by most organisms, however long-term deficiencies tend to result in abnormalities, poor health, and eventually even death of the specimen. Conversely, if severely overdosed, ingested vitamins can have a negative impact on a specimen by way of toxīcity, though the impact is unlikely to be permanent. Decreasing the vitamin dosage typically results in full recovery of the affected specimen.
It is recommended that Shrimp Vītamarin F be utilized as a soak for vitamin-deficient foods, or it may be added directly to the aquarium water, to benefit any plankton, biofilm or algae that may be present and become food sources.
All Brightwell Aquatics liquid water care supplements are made with purified water and high purity materials. We develop formulae for aquaria based on empirical data, using observation and measurement rather than theory.
Shrimp Vītamarin F does not require refrigeration, however storage in a cool, shaded area will prolong the activity of the vitamins. Refrigeration will maximize the shelf-life of the product.
To fortify food: Place food in a clean container such as a small bowl or cup and add only enough Shrimp Vītamarin F to saturate. Allow at least 5 minutes to elapse before feeding, enabling adequate time for the vitamins to become thoroughly absorbed by the food. Repeat with each feeding, or as deemed necessary by the general appearance of the organisms consuming the food.
When preparing shrimp for spawning, feeding frequency is often increased; limit the use of Shrimp Vītamarin F to twice each day. Be sure to remove any uneaten food from the aquarium after 5 - 7 minutes to ensure that water quality is not negatively-impacted by excessive nutrient input. Avoiding overfeeding is a crucial aspect of successful aquarium husbandry.
Shrimp Vītamarin F may be added directly to the aquarium water. For this use, add 2 ml (1 pump if equipped with a pump, or 2 threads on cap) twice a week. Liquid food suspensions may be fortified by adding 2 ml (1 pump if equipped with pump, or approximately 16 drops) ShrimpVītamarin-F per 20 ml of food suspension; stir to mix and allow 5 minutes to elapse before feeding.
Brightwell Aquatics FlorinBacter One - Complete tank starter bioculture for all freshwater shrimp, fish & planted aquaria.
FlorinBacter One is primarily designed to jump start the ammonia cycle in freshwater planted and shrimp aquariums and prevent “New Tank Syndrome.” It will instantly create a biological filter in freshwater aquaria of all types and is particularly useful for freshwater shrimp and planted aquariums. It removes toxic ammonia and nitrite naturally through bacterial oxidation.
Relatively low-nutrient environments are characterized by high water clarity, lack of unpleasant odors, and absence of microalgae and cyanobacteria; this is collectively a result of the lack of nitrogen-, phosphorus-, and carbon-based waste available. Aquaria that are relatively rich in available nutrients have characteristics opposite to the afore mentioned, and are typically not desirable because of the resultant appearance of the system and the difficulty of maintaining healthy aquarium inhabitants.
Brightwell Aquatics ShrimpFlorinBacterONE is a selective complex of extremely effective microbes and enzymes that rapidly reduces the concentrations of organic nitrogen, ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate in freshwater ecosystems, leading to greatly improved water quality; better water quality typically leads to healthier aquarium inhabitants. Use of ShrimpFlorinBacterONE does not alleviate the requirement for regular partial water changes to help maintain proper concentrations of elements that are vital to long-term health and survival of aquarium inhabitants. No product, regardless of manufacturer’s fatuous marketing claims, can do this. An aquarium is a living ecosystem and requires proper care by the aquarist; regular partial water changes constitute a large part of this care.
Important: First, use ShrimpPrep or Brightwell Erase-Cl to completely remove chloramines and chorine from tap water. Chloramine and chlorine are lethal to the bacteria in this product and if not treated will cause it to fail! Do not use old sodium thiosulfate formulas for chlorine removal because they will not remove chloramine.
Shake product well before using. Mix appropriate volume of ShrimpFlorinBacterONE (see below) with 250-ml (~8 fl. oz.) of aquarium water in a clean container prior to addition to aquarium. If using a pipette to dispense ShrimpFlorinBacterONE below water level of container or aquarium, be sure to thoroughly clean pipette with fresh (preferably purified) water prior to placing tube back into ShrimpBacterONE bottle; failure to do so will contaminate the product. Best results may be obtained by adding mixture to external biological filtration system (if applicable). Do not add to pump intake port(s), which can negatively impact the microbes present in ShrimpFlorinBacterONE. For best results, use within 1-year of purchase date.
To seed Biological Filtration in new aquaria: Preferably add 2 ml (1 pump if equipped with a pump, or 2 threads on cap) of ShrimpFlorinBacterONE per US-gallon of aquarium water. Minimum recommended dosage for new aquariums is 1 ml per US-gallon. Turn UV-sterilization and/or ozonation off for a period of one day following addition to aquaria.
To provide ongoing biological stability to the aquarium: Add 2 ml of ShrimpFlorinBacterONE per 10 US-gallons of aquarium water per week after initial setup, or switch to ShrimpFlorinBacter7. This will provide increased water clarity and contribute to the ongoing health and overall vigor of inhabitants. Always add this product during and after treatment of the aquarium with any antibiotic or other medication.
Storage: Although product can withstand room temperature for periods of time, for best longevity and highest potency, keep refrigerated at 50 degrees F. Do not freeze!